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... I kept heading south and ended up here in Phoenix for the night, with some yummy Italian food in my belly.
Another thing to note, is that I forgo using the gps a few days ago, as the service was spotty at best. Instead I broke out an actual real paper map. Can you believe it? Haha. It's so interesting to see the progress I've made in just a few short days as far as feeling more secure being on my own, with no one I know nearby to rely on ...
... pleasure in, you're very likely to stick with it. Creating a list can help you shed weight. How? Meticulously make a note of every thing you will need from your store. Do not deviate through your collection. Absolutely nothing extra should go in your cart, nor in the event you commit any timeframe in isles or parts of a store that happen to be unrelated in your list things. If you would like effortlessly commence consuming more healthy, try and lessen the quantity of dressings ...
... for work. I hope I haven't left any coworkers with any extra things to do, but I am now going to let this go.
3. I am TOTALLY going to Face Time with my dog while I am gone. I hope she can see me when we are chatting. Bless her little Pig heart. :)
OK--Off to the next task. Hope you all enjoy the blog!
... completely successful and not frustrating day in Panama City for me, that was my first. Yay!
The next day started early, I was thinking I needed 2 hours before the plane arrived because I was traveling before a major holiday. I was dropped off at 6:50 am and I headed to the United check in and there was a small line of people waiting for them to open. We would wait until almost 8 for them to open. Yay Panama! The thing worse then waiting that long ...
... to stay with had put me in touch with a senior VP at the Arizona Science Center, who was absolutely amazing. She picked me up in the morning, drove me to the nationally acclaimed Heard Museum of American Indian Art and History where she had arranged for complimentary admission and two free tours, sent a car to pick me up from a nearby cafe (a proper black sedan where the door was opened for me by a woman in a pant suit) and take me to the Gila River ...